Lauder's Whisky - Scotland's Finest for Over 175 Years

Lauder’s Finest Scotch Whisky first appeared in 1834. The original blend was developed by Archibald Lauder soon after the distilling of whisky was made legal in 1815 and Lauder’s has changed little since it was first produced over 175 years ago in Glasgow, Scotland. 

Today, as then, Lauder's is made from the finest highland, lowland and Speyside malts, matured in oak barrels and blended together for a light yet fruity and full-bodied Scotch. In its traditional four sided dimple bottle, Lauder's can be found in markets all over the world.

Lauder's 25 Year Old took home the gold this year. The 25 Year Old, which was initially released in 2017 to commemorate brand owners MacDuff International's 25th anniversary, was awarded a Double Gold for its outstanding flavor. It also won last year, as well as in the year of its initial debut, 2017, and has earned further golds in the years after.

While some of the casks remain in the warehouse and their contents become part of the unique 25 Year Old, others are picked at an earlier stage to create Lauder's Finest, a smooth, fruity, and gently sweet whisky that has won numerous awards.

“We are proud of each gold we receive, and it is a testament to our production team and blender – at the same time, we are seeing growth in core markets and interest from new markets, indicating that it is not just judges who enjoy the Lauder's whiskies, but also its much valued consumers,” David Sloan concludes.